meters per second. it is actually a velocity, the typical value
of which is standardized at about sea level, and which varies
according to elevation (less further from the planet).

There is no unit of "gravity". Gravity is described in terms of its effects, namely acceleration and force. SI unit of force: [ newton ] = 1 kilogram-meter/second2 SI unit of acceleration: meter/second2

"Gravity" is not a quantity. The mutual force of attraction between masses that arises as a result of gravity is. The SI unit of force is the newton. 1 newton = 1 kilogram-meter/second2 . Acceleration due to gravity is given in units of acceleration, or [ meter/second2 ] .

The international standard unit for weight is the Gram Answer No, the international (SI) unit for weight which, of course, is the force due to gravity, is the newton. The kilogram (not gram!) is the SI base unit for mass, not force.

The SI unit of force is the "Newton". The newton is the force that accelerates a mass of 1 kilogram at the rate of 1 meter per second2. The origin of the force doesn't matter.

The same as the SI unit for energy - the joule. The same as the SI unit for energy - the joule. The same as the SI unit for energy - the joule. The same as the SI unit for energy - the joule.

I believe that it will be meter. SI unit goes by 10's. what is the sI unit for length The basic SI unit of length is meter. the basic si unit of lenght is metric. The SI base unit for length is meter. For temperature, the SI base unit is kelvin.

Gravity is 9.80665 m/s^2 in SI. The SI unit of acceleration is the gal (symbol: Gal) - 1 gal = 1 cm/s^2 So, acceleration due to gravity is 980.665 Gal.